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KUCHARSKI Aleksander (b. 1741, Warszawa, d. 1819, Paris) Nationality : Polish

Polish painter, active in France. After training in Warsaw, he studied under Joseph-Marie Vien and Carle van Loo at the Academie Royale in Paris, 1760-69. He generally painted half-lengths in oval frames, in oil, pastel or gouache or in miniature; his compositions were simple: figures set against neutral backgrounds, straightforward in gesture and pose, strongly characterized and yet decorative. He portrayed mainly young French aristocrats and visiting Polish nobles. Among his finest portraits is that of Louise de Polastron (1789; Versailles, Chateau), displaying animated and expressive features, grace and elegance in pose and costume.

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